Ahmed S Nada

Job Title
Middle East Solar Industry Association (MESIA)

Ahmed Nada is Head of Operations and Maintenance at AbuDhabi Future Energy Co.
Masdar, Clean Energy Division. Masdar is a global and regional sustainability and renewable energy leader. Its renewable utility scale projects span across MENA, Europe, USA, Asia and Australia.
Ahmed stepped into the solar industry when he was appointed as First Solar Vice President Region Executive for the ME in Jan 2013. He has since been engaged in the ME rapid solar industry evolution and supported its growth through projects development, technology, supply chain and working closely with all the industry stakeholders. He presided over key early solar projects in the ME such as Shams Maan 60MW in Jordan, DEWA 1, DEWA 2 in the UAE and closely supported Egypt's initial solar projects at Benban He is also the President of the Middle East Solar Industry Association (MESIA). Prior to his roles at Masdar and First Solar, he spent 14-years at GE Energy. Ahmed holds a Master's of Science Degree in International Management from the University of Lausanne, Switzerland.

March 07, 2023Keynote Speech


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Intersolar AWARD 2022: Finalists Announced

April 7, 2022

Innovative technological developments, high efficiency levels and sustainable solutions are the name of the game in the solar industry in 2022 – whether it’s module technology, inverters or balance of system. PV modules with high-efficiency cells, reduced shading losses, lead-free modules and reusable transport units are but some of the innovations that have made it into the final round of the Intersolar AWARD. Inverter manufacturers are also responding and adapting their products to high-output cell technology, transforming their inverters into ever-smarter all-rounders.

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Renewable Energy Market Middle East: Status, Trends & Recommendations

February 7, 2022

Expert Inteview with Ben Attia, Senior Research Analyst, Energy Transition Practice, Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables

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